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if they know personally, they have trouble convincing others. with education technology, we have no particular way to evaluate claims. we have a lot of abilities to assess how we try to teach the particular goals of the systems and how it ends up. it ends up to huge barriers for the entrepreneur. they can come up with something that i think might be a great tool in the classroom. but we have to convince everybody that it will actually work. they have to go school system by school system and they engaged arduously to convince people to use their product. and that is only one school system for entrepreneurs. entrepreneurs don't survive very long if they can't find anyone to help out. there are huge barriers. if you look at healthy innovations, take a smart phones, many of you have smart phones now, tablets, the internet, then apple comes up with the iphone and the operating system and android is the computing platform. within two years, we have 85 new different companies -- excuse me some 85,000 new different companies developing applications. why is that not happening in education? it's just no
results? orasure technology a leader in diagnostic tech products. cramer is getting instant answers on this new opportunity in biotech when he talks to the company's ceo next. >>> and rising in the east, the headlines hit, the market rallies, but which u.s. stocks are actually worth owning in china? >>> plus answering the call. telco cloud play 8 by 8 gave us a ring and cramer is all ears when the company's ceo gets in the hot seat, all coming up on "mad money." >> don't miss a second of "mad money." follow @jimcramer on twitter. have a question, tweet cramer, hash tag mad tweets. send jim an e-mail at "mad money" @cnbc.com. or give us a call at 1-800-743-cnbc. miss something? head to madmoney.cnbc.com. like the elephant on my chest... well, i had all the classic symptoms... he thought he was having a heart attack. she said, "take an aspirin, we need to go to the hospital." i'm on a bayer aspirin regimen. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. i'm very grateful to be alive. aspirin really made a difference. ♪ [ male announcer ] intro
? orasure technology a leader in diagnostic tech products. cramer is getting instant answers on this new opportunity in biotech when he talks to the company's ceo next. >>> and rising in the east, the headlines hit, the market rallies, but which u.s. stocks are actually worth owning in china? >>> plus answering the call. telco cloud play 8 by 8 gave us a ring and cramer is all ears when the company's ceo gets in the hot seat, all coming up on "mad money." >> don't miss a second of "mad money." follow @jimcramer on twitter. have a question, tweet cramer, hash tag mad tweets. send jim an e-mail at "mad money" @cnbc.com. or give us a call at 1-800-743-cnbc. miss something? head to madmoney.cnbc.com. >>> we are always looking for new opportunities here on "mad money." that's why i wanted to introduce you to one of the most intriguing, speculative stories around. it's called orasure technologies. it's a tiny health care outfit that's described by market capital. company makes products for collecting saliva samples and tes tests for diseases like hepatitis c, and hiv as opposed to more invasiv
a microphone? >> i'm michael nelson, i analyze technology for bloomberg government. i've probably been to two dozen cybersecurity meetings in the last two years, and every meeting i hear private public partnership. i hear information sharing from government to industry, industry to government. what i don't hear is very much a discussion about more information with the general public. one of the most useful things that's happened in the last five years, this whole area has been sharing information about security breaches with everybody. because that's what huge pressure on companies to take action to secure the resources and to make sure that credit card still go walking out the door. do we need to take a totally different approach? you mention security through obscurity which is still a model of most of the security agencies in town. is there a chance we can move to like the open source community that says too many eyes any bug is shallow. let's stop open source software the applicant look at and probe ethics. let's tell people what real threats are out there so they can start making choices
evidence that hows workers within the mayor's office offinformation technology... intentionally withheld key information from high ranking embers of city &pgovernmenn.... including council president jack young. stand-upthe details contained within this almost 3 hundred page report show exactly how far certain memmers of the show exactty how ffr hundred page report within this almost stand--pyoung.stand-upthe details contained within this allost 3 undred page report show exactly how far certain members of the administration went to keep these pprchaaes quiet.on page 16....the council president is told a blantant lie after he inquiries about the pilot project... what he's told is no such project existsin a later emmal exchange between the head of the mayor's office of information technology writes toothe eeuty mayor.... it's revealee that fouu phones are operaaional and more will be in a matter months... this email ends saying quote " we should be done with half the city before they get around to awaading a bid. the mayor ressonded to someeof these findings this morning... 5:20:300w
ones didn't the statute referred to the technology of the time as communications that were wired in communications over radio, the satellite technology. the problem is in 1978 we see a dramatic change in technology of communications and in particular fiber-optic cables all over the world which is actually very much changed the routing indications that change the requirement, the court order requirements they face when they try to get into electronic surveillance in the result of that is that leading up to 9/11 there are many instances where the government would have to go to the fisa court to get an order from the fisa court for the could electronically surveilled or wiretap someone overseas and that was not the intent of fisa. the intelligence surveillance act the amendment act, the fisa amendments act of 2008, what it did was to set government is trying to surveilled someone overseas and they have reasonable basis to believe that person is overseas and not in the night they think don't have to go to the court to give special commission -- permission to use that surveillance. th
on the technology or improve lives and we partner with them and go back to do what we do well, after we make made this litt machine we realized even though water is the number one health issue on the planet, 50 percent of all chronic human disease would go away if you gave people clean water and realized all of our partners the healthcare industry don't come close, all combined don't come close to the global reach. i don't think of coca-cola as the world's largest beverage company which of course they are, i think of them as this incredible global efficient, effective distribution network that can get everywhere, every remote village, everywhere, and we -- >> rose: it has a brand identity so people know. >> will trust them. so we went to the coca-cola company and said we have a piece of technology, we want to take it out of the framework of being a science fair project and give it to the opportunity to take on the goliath problem of the 21st century, bad water, we call the project slingshot because slingshot was the little piece of technology that was given to david and as the kid i remember the
now. you have to develop that as a side project. prolynx is developing technology that get as round many of the problems with conjugated drugs and develop technology for the sustained release of drugs that you can control circulating levels and it's tuneable. so can you optimize it for each project. so with that, i would actually like to invite up aronora and prolynx. [ applause ] >> you have heard mention from some of my colleagues -- one second -- that time is of the essence and that we are in a race to deliver the therapies to the patients and we have a clock that reminds us that we're us on the clock and time is of the essence. i would like to invite the other four speakers up to help me start the clock, that will be a reminder of what i mentioned. 3, 2, 1 ! >> is it working? >> yes, it is. [ laughter ] >> it is working. trust me, it's working. trust me, it's working. [ laughter ] so in a few minutes we'll be opening up the doors to the building over there behind the registration desk. and i welcome you to come in and take a look at the space. and ask any questions of
. telecommunications fell 0.8%. technology dropped 0.7% and materials fell 0.6% of a percent. for the week all three indices lost ground. the dow fell 1.1% this week. the nasdaq shed 2%. the s&p 500 lost 1.3%. nine of the ten major stock sectors also were also up for the quarter. the quarterly winners included the energy sector up 9.5% even as oil prices have cooled in recent wks. the consumer discretionary sector was up 7.1% for the quarter. and tech stocks did nicely up 7%. one of the quarter's bright spots was apple. today, c.e.o. tim cook did something rare for apple. he apologized for problems with a product. apple's new maps service has received a lot of criticism and cook admitted the company fell short. shares were down with the broad market. apple dropped 2.1%. volume was heavier than usual. but the stock had a blistering rally this quarter up 17%. shares hit an all-time high earlier this month. one of the companies locked in battle with apple is research in motion. and thanks to better than expected quarterly results last night, shares were very active today. more than 139 million shares t
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as a nation, and as you've heard before, as an element of u.s. technological leadership nationwide, so we take it very seriously. we appreciate the support that congress has shown for nextgen. we are starting to see, and it's easier on the inside sometimes to see the progress that is being made and operationally deployed usable parts of this that are making a meaningful difference. in terms of completing flights in bad weather, new capacity, greater safety, and it's those benefits will start to compound as well. >> thanks to the panel for being here today. this has been helpful for me. and mr. chairman, i yield back. >> thank you. >> thank you, mr. chair. first i like to thank the panel, several of y'all have been -- i appreciate your courtesy and service to her country. one issue, everything federal express as a leader in all things in aviation, package delivery, and sports in every other way. having made a comment, word from our sponsor, but -- [laughter] let me ask, i think probably mr. porcari might be the person to ask. the proposal about structures around airports, and, of course, memphi
says technology has progressed and now, it can block the renting of recalled vehicles and the companies they will file offenders. >> this is a tough line on this. >> she did. >> and now, for an update breaking news at 4:00 a young child is being transferred right now to a trauma center. she was hit riding her bike on a novato street. it happened near sandy creek road. there is police say the man driving hit the girl, you can see impact to the vehicle. the little girl was riding her bike. he is cooperating with this investigation. and that little girl is in critical condition. >> there are police looking for a mother who they say abandoned her 10-year-old daughter, police say the 38-year-old filled a shopping cart with groceries in a safeway eight days ago telling her daughter to wait by the exit with the cart until she drove up. she did and she saw store employees talking to the daughter. the mother took off and hasn't been seen since. the little girl is staying with her grandmother. >> worried parents trying to get information about the arrest of a middle schoolteacher that is facing c
and technological advances to make sure nuclear plants can withstand natural disasters and major accidents. once the nra sets its standards, it will conduct a case-by-case review of all of japan's nuclear reactors to determine which can be brought back online. the nra plans to come up with new criteria by july of next year. one concern experts must address is the issue of seismic fault lines below some of the plants. the nra will conduct its own inspections to assess any risks of the faults to nuclear safety. >> is the strengthening of human resource also a priority for the agency? >> the diet panel investigating the nuclear accident said that the level of knowledge was insufficient. the nra will have to intensify trade programs to bring its staff up to speed. and in the long term, as the nra chairman said himself the biggest challenge for the agency will be regaining the public's trust. >> nhk world's hajime okada. >>> japanese and chinese dip low a mats are trading fierce accusations before the u.n. general assembly, and there's no sign of them finding common ground in their dispute over a gro
where there's a common dynamic between paris and san francisco have made innovations, technology and the spirit of enterprise and all those elements together enable a concrete relationship between paris and san francisco and even remember it last time, with had a virtual highway between san francisco and paris, we started this virtual highway, it had a lot of babies and a lot of [inaudible] in paris and in san francisco was created, were developed from this common belief that we had in innovation, in research and with the need of building economic development on new technology, on new ways of living and creating wealth and progress of the 21st century. and it's in this spirit that with [inaudible] that i'm happy to salute with all my friendship, we are going to start a new period of our links, our ties, mayor lee is a very popular man, a very popular mayor and i want to know first the reputation of the people of san francisco through him and through his progress. we have another common link, we believe that innovation can be noble if it starts many the people, so from the interve
st century, technology is huge. how does that fall into the whole education system paradigm of around the world? >> one of the biggest waste technology is having an impact, it is allowing us to focus more on data. these countries are performing a lot of the work to identify the beginning clues of the behaviors of these countries that allow them to succeed. the next thing is how to be able to take that, which is science, and apply it to the art of teaching, and where the right balance is. the concern to often is where you divide metrics on the measurement site, the more teaching itself will be focused on metrics. i think really it comes down to figuring out what happens in that classroom, and that interaction between a teacher and a student. there are all sorts of technologies that improve that interaction. you want that teacher pay attention, and you want that teacher to be able to subscribe to a bigger community of teachers and practitioners. >> what is the priority for the pearson foundation? >> we are really interested in helping teachers and celebrating teachers. to the degree we
and cost overruns and i understand i have been told over the years that when it comes to august technology, that everything is obsolete the day they take it out of the box and i know there's always additional bells and whistles that people want. but i will ask all of you, do you feel that we are doing everything that could eat on? are there any additional things that could be done to see that we don't have additional cost overruns before this is fully implemented in 2028 or whenever. >> mr. porcari. >> thank you, mr. duncan. it is a fair question we take very seriously in the sense that we have looked at the lessons learned and if you take eram is one example of would've been structured differently. in hindsight we would've brought in our workforce to help us develop it and that was, in my opinion, a large part of the problem. we if anything would have greater interactions from the beginning with industry and users and we have a very collaborative effort that mr. huerta has described to you. it is picked some of the early procedural implementation parts of it, where we determine what and w
of the stockpile through the use of state-of-the-art technology research while maintaining a moratorium on nuclear testing. the administrator commented on the anniversary the past weekend. he said in april, 2009, president obama shared his vision of a world without nuclear weapons. as we work towards the goal we had the world's leading scientific authority, the fastest computers, and the brightest minds. working to ensure that we would never again have to perform nuclear explosive testing in the united states. the effort that tom describes entails a number of programs and tools that work together to maintain a safe, secure and effective nuclear stockpile in the absence of underground nuclear testing. they include the stockpile stewardship program run by the national nuclear security administration, which maintains the continued safety security and reliability of the nation's nuclear in the absence of the nuclear explosive testing. the key goal of the ssp is the understanding if of a nuclear device perform as well as the agent behavior of the weapons material and components to ensure safe and effec
tracking technology and some tempting bait, abc's brian ross brings us this "nightline" investigates. >> reporter: this is the tsa security screening checkpoint at terminal b of the airport in orlando, florida. a place where this $600 ipad, belonging to abc news, was left behind, on purpose, and then disappeared. abc news tape shows it was last seen at the airport in the hands of this tsa officer, andy ramirez. and then, several hours later, we were able to track our i pad using its find me app also it moved away from the airport. step by step, until it stopped at an address 30 miles away, the home of the same tsa officer, last seen with our ipad. two weeks later, we showed up to get it back from tsa officer ramirez. brian ross from abc news. give me a hand here. we're looking for a missing ipad. >> missing ipad? >> reporter: yeah. and the tracking device shows it is located right here at this address. >> okay. >> reporter: is it here? >> no, sir. >> reporter: but as you will see, that would turn out to be not true. >> it's horrible that you would have individuals engaged in this act
of pricey phonee equippent byythe mayor's officeeof inffrmation technolog. technology.controversy eruptee overrthe phone system when city comptrollee joan pratt accused the mayor of ssirting iggs office uncovered emails discussing how to keep ciiy council president jack young and other top ity officials in the dark about heir ppans for a new phone system. the report also cites conflicts of interest and ack of proper bidding on phone equipment, &pfindings the mayor sayy havee lead to personnel changes. 3 05:21:34"it's more than one person, it'sstop to bottom, it's a new direction." direction."" the report estimates mismanagmenttof phone purchases have cost the city hundredd of ttousands of dollars. it's our duty to hold electee officials accountable.you can story aboot government wasse...call our hhtline... 440-662-1456.you can also log onto our weesite ox baltimore dot com and click on wwste watch. 3 newwat 5:30 baltimore's speed cammra program will soon &ppe under reeiew..... streaming live in norrh baltimore ith word abouu plann for a task forcee 3 for nine yearssnow, cameras h
vulnerabilities into the enterprises we find them unacceptable. from the policy and technology perspective, we do need a mix of market levers. most of the companies in the government, because they are responsible for the essential services and citizens' safety are trying to convert to the kaput control into the system, control back into the system and many of the countries are talking about regulation, a lot of regulation. well, in many ways if we want to have adoption of the policy and we are going to encourage the adoption of a policy and we want to have that behavior change, we need to talk about changes also in providing an incentive and i am going to give you an example. we have a policy in the united states that talks about to we want to have energy diversity and efficiency and limit the emissions put into the environment. and that policy is in complemented by a series of subsidies and or tax relief and or credit, however you want to think about it, to encourage that policy. we, as citizens, get paid or get a tax credit for write-off of driving the fuel efficient and electric car, right? yo
and technology analyst. how do you feel about this? >>guest: as a father with children and being involved in this, the laws are always behind the technology. my biggest concern is, some of this is about the advertising but i have a bigger concern about the implications of pedophiles and sexual offenders and gangs targeting younger children because you are giving them so much information online. >>shepard: i agree. i have never quite understood, and i am not a parent but i have never understood why it is that parent would thing it is cool for their kids to be posting all kinds of stuff online. it is none of my business what they do. i wonder where the line is in is this a slippery slope? freedom on the internet is something that is cherished. protecting the kids is an absolute. it is tough. >>guest: as someone who was in law enforcement for 18 years, i did behavior analysis, and profiling, it matters to me as a father and as a citizen. it is ironic we have this discussion because i am here in san diego at the international association of chief of police annual conference and i have seen a prolifer
culture from top to bottom, from the economy and technology up to the religion. the problem is that what we find in the field as data is primarily information on technology, on the material culture. you find buildings and pot shards and stone tools and things like that. so how do you move from that data to the organization of society and then to their religion and these other aspects of culture ? and there is only one way to do that. and that is to go to living populations, living cultures that are being studied by ethnographers, by our colleagues in cultural anthropology, and use them as analogies. keach: in the 1970s, anthropologists documented a society called the kawelka in the highlan of papua new guinea. the kawelka society numbers about 1,000. they could be either a tribe or a chiefdom, because the population limits defining social types are not fixed. here in the highlands, people raise sweet potatoes and pigs. like the first residents of copan, no one here has acquired great individual wealth. but men like ongka can acquire great prestige and influence. such leaders are called "
to launch in the first quarter of the year. colin gill sis with us, senior technology analyst at bgc financial, he joins us from that firmment dow agree, results not as bad as feared? >> absolutely. its company lives to fight another day. when you look at the results, there were several glimmers of positive notes you could take away including an increase in the cash position and an increase in the total number of describers. >> i want to ask you about the cash position here because it has been building pretty steadily over the past four quarters and we'll look at that now from 1.5 billion about a year ago to over 2 billion dollars in this last quarter. but when you lead with your cash position as opposed to your business, how strong is the underlying business? >> you know, that is one of the concerns for investors. would the company be burning through its cash and they have not done that they've been able to grow that balance. what that does is it gives a level of comfort to all the stakeholders. customers to their partners, that this company is going to be here, you know, for the fo
california. and the third is the california institute of technology. and the naval academy in the u.s. academy these are graduates that the prime ssegment. and also, the average salary for graduates. . i only made $10,000. >> and $17,000. however, this was back in the old days i rode a horse to work [laughter] . >> whitey competition was held at facebook's today awarding $100,000. this, sponsored by the bill and melinda gates foundation. four useful college advice. this will run until november 16th and i know that they require to make a lot of money when they develop new items. >> we will be right back as the kron 4 morning news continues. the wall street showing negative. the opening bell on wall street this friday closing at 14. . starbucks during the opening bel in the airline e it's gonna be a nice day for/because it's going to be hot. >> we should get the coffee today and said the slushy for the weekend. temperatures will be flirting with the triple digits. in the evening hours will see instances of patchy fog. today is shaping up to be warming gorgeous day. temperatures climbi
a former assistant coach is blowing the whistle. >>> combining religion with technology. we're talking to the man who invented a bible lab aiming at bringing the good book into the 21st century. newsroom starts now. good morning to you. happy happy friday. i'm carol costello and begin this hour with the man who ignited so much violence around the world from nakoula basseley nakoula. picture pictures earlier this month. even he couldn't decide which name to give the judge. according to these documents, he has used at least 17 fake names. it's the web of lies, not the in siend jere film that has him sitting in jail this morning. good morning. >> reporter: i should be very clear about that. this is a federal probation violation that has him sitting in jail, as you say. there are two terms of his probation violation for a 2010 bank fraud conviction. he was not supposed to use any computer devices without the consent or prior knowledge of his probation officer. he also was not supposed to use any fictitious name. the great span of the hearing yesterday dealt with his identity. in fact, when
, but think about how different things are online now. technology is changing so much so the rules should change. going on line for a while. >> probably since i was 5? >> that is just the age group they meant to help, kids under 13. >> i think it as a paramount importance for all parents. >> they want to update current rules about providing parental consent on a kid-friendly websites addressing cookies, code that can sometimes track how much overtime and potentially paint a very specific picture. >> the have a unique number to compile misinformation and then they have a pretty good idea that it is a nine year-old girl whose favorite color is pink. privacy ofasking for the day after discovering kids could up load pictures of themselves that were not deleted right away and stated public. mcdonald's says the online security is a top priority and web directories have now been made in accessible to the public. under the proposed changes, photographs should be under the privacy act, but to. >> i do not think you ever have complete peace of mind, but it would help. >> some groups worry the chang
available to all users. top android phones are boasting communications technology that will let them communicate with other nearby such devices. apple iphone 5 does not have it. says that should not be a .actor >> it presents real infrastructure challenges there are not many terminals that can handle it. >> apple feels that its wallet application is sufficient. the latest games from the makers of "angry birds features some of the same characters. [ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standardrd at t citibank. helps him deposit his checks. jay also like it when mother nature helps him wash his car. mother nature's cool like that. mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. back to the end zone. >> the regular referee's back on .he field out of the end zone. there was no question which player was in possession. >> the real rectories got a standing ovation when they out onto the field before the game. they quickly it shook it off
networks, we deploy innovative technology to detect and respond to intrusions, and developing e effective mechanisms to reduce the negative impacts of potential attacks. we are responsible for leading the national response creating and maintaining a common operational picture for cyberspace across the government. we act like a cyber fema, whereby resources are coordinated and deployed with dhs serving as the hub. to combat cybercrime, we leverage the skills and resources of the secret service, immigration and customs enforcement, coast guard, and porter protections, and we worked with donj and the fbi to investigate and prosecute criminals. we serve as a focal point for the government's out reach an awareness efforts. it is important note that private industry owns and operates the vast majority of the country's critical and fisher and sadr networks. the private sector plays a critical role in protecting the nation's cybersecurity. dhs has initiated programs to promote that collaboration. we have spearheaded the development of the first-ever national cyber incident response plan to enable
's a revolution going on as could the nation, call it the maker movement. the latest innovations in technology. but can it spark the country's next industrial revolution? the next guest covers the ever-changing world of technology, chris anderson editor in chief of "wired" magazine. he's the author of a new book "makers the new industrial revolution" and we welcome you here to the table. thank you for coming. >> thank you. >> so, i want to talk about 3-d printing this is part of your sort of theory that we're in this new industrial revolution. it won't come from big factories. we're all going to become our own industrialists if you will. how does it work? >> a 3-d printer is something you can buy for $2,000 or less. what it allows you to do is the same way your regular printer allows you to print out on paper, it allows you to take an image or object or design and brings it up in layers. >> i could never get my head around it. >> your printer takes bits and turns them into little dots of ink but if you went layer after layer and layer and rather than print it were plastic and eventually you'd
and solar and clean coal technology and allows farmers and scientists to harness new biofuels to power cars and trucks. and developing a 100-year supply of natural gas. we do all that, we can cut our oil imports in half by 2020. it's good for the environment. it's good for the economy. it's good for our national security. that's what i mean when i say we need to go forward. that's what we're going to need to do. we need to give every american the chance to compete by making sure we've got the best education system in the world. that's the reason i'm standing here today. that's the gateway of opportunity and the gateway of the middle class. and because of the work we've already done, millions of young people are better able to afford college already. and now we've got to do more by hiring 100,000 new math and science teachers. by making sure that we're providing millions of new slots for folks to retrain at community colleges for the jobs that exist right now. continue to lower tuition costs for students so they're not loaded up with debt once they graduate. my opponent thinks that it makes
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